It’s been a month since I hosted the School of Decorating at Loot Rentals. The workshop was fun and exciting (for me!), and going into the night, I thought after all was said and done I would have this huge rush and want to teach workshops regularly. I did leave with a huge rush, but not the kind that decided I was going to teach more workshops. But who knows! It was nice to challenge myself and conquer a few fears plus it was a night of community and all things decorating. Two of my favorite topics.
A few months after we closed on our home, our good friends found their first home and decided to take on similar renovation projects. The timing of the reno projects on both houses was nice because when we were in the trenches of it all, they hadn’t started yet so they were fresh and rosy and assured us that it would all be worth it. Then we finished and they were right in the middle of it but we were feeling good since we finished so we assured them that their work would for sure be worth it. These are great friends of ours, and it really was fun to go through this process together.
In case you missed the 50,000 announcements on Instagram, I’m teaching a decorating workshop. It’s something I’ve been thinking about doing for a while now but never saw a feasible opportunity. Then Loot Vintage Rentals reached out and asked if I’d be interested in teaching a workshop in their space.
A few weeks ago I wrote about diversifying my income, specifically through working as a Homepolish designer. They treat us designers really well and that’s just one of the reasons I love that company. But today I’m talking about the company from the client’s perspective….